Peace and Justice Initiative’s Fall 2014 Newsletter Recaps Visiting Lecturers, Community Engagement

pji-newsletter-270wThe Peace and Justice Initiative (PJI) enjoyed a purposeful and productive fall. Click the link to the right to access PJI’s fall 2014 bi-annual newsletter that tells many inspiring stories through words and images that highlight the impact of the PJI and its community partners.

You’ll learn about Carl Wilkens, the only American who chose to remain in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, the engaging visit with Dr. George Lopez, vice president of the United States Institute of the Academy of the United Institute of Peace and the riveting session with Dr. Peggy McIntosh, an anti-racism activist, educator and founder of the National S.E.E.D. Project in this edition.

If you are interested in participating in PJI, please contact Rachel Allen, PJI coordinator and professor, humanities, or Krystal Pherai, staff assistant I, at or at extension 2291.

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